Divorce

Should I See a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst Before Getting Divorced? Divorce can be an emotionally and financially challenging process. Consulting with a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA) is crucial to ensure a smooth and secure future post-divorce. This article will explain why seeking financial guidance before divorce is necessary and...

Health Insurance and Divorce – FAQs   Many divorcing spouses understand that divorce will impact nearly every aspect of their lives. The marital home, financial accounts, visitation with the kids, vehicles, and retirement funds are commonly considered, but what about health insurance?  Health insurance is likely not one of the first things you...

Guideway is pleased to announce that we now have a new payment plan for our divorce services. Clients can now pay in four monthly installments. “We’ve been assisting couples with divorce for more than 15 years, and we know that it’s a difficult time for families. They’re worried about their kids,...

Post-Divorce New Year's Resolutions for a Great 2023 New Year's resolutions like eating healthier, exercising more, stopping smoking, and saving money are at the top of the list as some of the most common in the country. However, healing and recovering can monopolize your time when you've recently gone through a...

Deciding to get a divorce is a deeply personal decision that only you can make. There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as every individual and every marriage is unique. However, some common indicators that a person may be thinking about getting divorced include the following: The marriage has...

Mette Harrison is a novelist who also works in the financial industry. She was blindsided by her husband’s leaving her after six kids and 30 years of marriage. She also lost half of her friends. Sound familiar? According to a 2013 study headed by Brown University scholar Rose McDermott, if people...

Each year, nearly 2.8 million men and women go through Divorce. In the first year after the Divorce is final, a wife’s standard of living may drop almost 27 percent. Compare that to her husband’s standard of living—it may increase by as much as 10 percent! In the nearly 20...

Each year, nearly 2.8 million men and women go through Divorce. In the first year after the Divorce is final, a wife’s standard of living may drop almost 27 percent. Compare that to her husband’s standard of living—it may increase by as much as 10 percent! It’s hardly surprising that...

If you’re planning a divorce in 2022, you’ve got lots of company. Few couples want to disrupt the family’s holidays with Divorce matters, and statistics show that Divorce rates are highest early in the year. These are things you can be doing now that will help move the process along, minimizing...

The American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers tells us that the number of Divorce filings are one third higher than normal in the month of January. Not hard to figure out why. Too many people make silent promises that they’ll never spend another year—and most of all—another holiday, with their current...

Couples in unhappy marriages debate whether it’s better to stay together for the sake of their kids or get a Divorce. Ask kids who grew up in volatile, dysfunctional families, and they’ll tell you endless stories about what it’s like living in a home where there’s constant tension, anger and...

Avoiding the cost and trauma of litigation Despite every good intention, sometimes the Divorce process stalls. It may be that a couple can’t agree on an equitable division of property or child support. We’re finding that it is often a matter of a couple’s just being overwhelmed with the task of...